Engaging or Disengaging: Mechanisms for involving engineering teaching staff in continuous curriculum improvement
Isabel Hilliger is Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation at the School of Engineering in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC-Chile).
Isabel received a BEng from PUC-Chile and a MA in Policies, Organization and Leadership Studies from Stanford Graduate School of Education in U.S.A.
Between 2011 and 2013, Isabel led the developmenf of indicators to evaluate school support programs in Chile as the Associate Coordinator for Pedagogical Technical Assistance in the Ministry for Education. Since then, she has involved in diverse research projects on educational policy and technology enhanced learning from different countries.
During 2018, she was a research fellow of the university innovation program at Laspau, a Harvard-affiliated organization.
She is currently a PhD candidate in Computer Science at PUC-Chile and her research focuses on the development of processes and learning analytics tools for continuous improvement of higher education in Latin America.